How soon in a pregnancy can brown or pink spotting occur?
Any spotting in pregnancy is abnormal, though not necessarily serious. this happen only once, around the time you are expecting your period--this is called implatation bleeding and it can last for one to two days but not all women get this-just a few does
You have not had a period for 6 months but on Tuesday and Wednesday you had a pink brown spotting which stopped after these two days What is this?
Is it implantation bleeding if you have been spotting light pink for four days and this morning it was light brown and light pink but your period is not due for five days?
If you have light pink spotting 4 days after ovulation with unprotected intercourse could that be a pregnancy sign?
Sometimes spotting (pink discharge) and mild cramping are signs of implantation of the fertilized egg in the uterus. However, you may be ovulating and experiencing mittelschmerz (middle of the month pain or ovulation pain). Spotting can sometimes occur with ovulation. If you continue to experience spotting and pain, see your physician.
You spotted for 3 days 1st pink then brown spotting you are a little fatigue and have tingling in your breast is this pregnancy?
This could be a sign that you are pregnant. Missing a period is an early sign of pregnancy and often 'spotting' (dark brown, red or pink discharge) occurs around the time your period would normally occur. This is because the egg is attaching to the lining of the womb and can cause some of the blood vessels to rupture in the process. You should take a pregnancy test
You did 3 positive digital pregnancy tests on the day you were due your cycle but that day experienced menstrual backache and started to bleed. lighter than spotting but not as heavy as a cycle?
Is spotting can be red that turns to pink that suddenly turn brown and how could you know that is actually spotting not knowing that you are pregnant how could you know that it is a sign of pregnancy?
Spotting is considered as spots of blood on your underwear or streaks of blood on tissue when you wipe. What you described is spotting. You would know its a sign of pregnancy based on a missed period and symptoms you're experiencing and naturally whether you had unprotected sex or not. See your DR for a blood test.
Brown pink spotting for 5 days is a rare and sometimes even fatal disease called ''Sakootus." to possibly get this disease it has to be inherited at birth caused by bad genes. the only only way is by having sexual relations with the opposite or same sex. its a kind of sexually transmitted disease there is no known cure for it yet. researchers are still testing these un-developed possible cures.
I have been pregnant 5 times. Each time I spotted (noticed pink, dark red, and/or brown when I would wipe). Only one pregnancy was lost and this was after the bleeding needed a pad. I have heard from so many women that spotting or having pink or brown discharge during the first 10 weeks is normal for them. I am in my fifth pregnancy now (7 weeks) and the same discharge is appearing. Yes, I'm…
Sometimes this can happen and it means nothing. There are some women who have this *small* amount of spotting and *mild, infrequent* cramps throughout their entire pregnancy. However, *any* spotting should be reported to your obstetrician immediately. Only by examining you and your unborn baby can the doctor decide if this is a "normal" occurrence or something that needs to be addressed, especially if you are having a lot of cramps.
Pink or brow discharge is known as spotting - it can occur leading up to menstruation or a very light period may just show as a few days of spotting. Pink discharge can also be a result of mid-cycle or ovulation spotting, implantation spotting, or problems such as STI's. If it's a one-off it's nothing to worry about, but if you are spotting a lot you should go talk to your doctor.
You are pregnant. False positives are very rare. Pink spotting is common in early pregnancy and at this stage is probably caused by the fertilised egg implanting into the lining of the womb, which often causes spotting. However, speak to your doctor, gynaecologist, midwife or obstetrician about it. If the bleeding becomes heavy and painful, go to the hospital straight away
If a pregnancy test was positive could your 10-day spotting of brownish pink and light red still be implantation bleeding?
im in the same situation and just as confused. Ive been asking around for the same answer. What the overall consensus seems to be is that you can be spotting even after a positive test. It sounds like the spotting should be brown discharge and not heavy bleeding. Some sites even say that you can still have implantation bleeding 14 days into your pregnancy.
Had an IVF transfer and 4 days later had brown spotting - light This is the 6th day of spotting Could this be a pregnancy or a result of the progesterone injections taken every day?
I've just been reading about this, and all advice seems to point towards this being perfectly normal. In particular, I've read that pink or brown discharge seems to be relatively common and can occur for a variety of reasons, including embryo implantation. I did read about progesterone pessaries possibly causing slight bleeding, but since you're using injections, you'd need to find out if this applies to you.
So on the 27th and also 28th I had intercourse. On the 29th I had experienced pink spotting on the 30th it was red and today it is brown. Is this a early detection of pregnancy?
You are 7 weeks and 5 days pregnant and have had brown spotting for about two weeks and today had light pink spotting you have had no cramps or any other typical pregnancy symptoms Is this normal?
Yes! Light pink or brown spotting after sex is normal. During pregnancy, the cervix becomes more filled with blood. Sex can irritate the cervix and cause some bleeding. Of course, if you are worried or have any other questions call your doctor. Heavy bleeding, bleeding with pain or cramping, or bleeding that doesn't stop can mean something is seriously wrong. Call your doctor or go to the emergency room if this happens.
You are discharging brown and a little pink at the moment why is this you have no itchyness and it doesn't smell?
Spotting refers to light vaginal bleeding - thus it can look red, pink, or brown. Brown is most common as when bleeding is light it can take time to leave the vagina, in mean time the blood goes brown just as blood from an old cut would go brown. Spotting is sometimes seen among discharge or cervical mucus.
My last period was on 1st of sept and i had spotting for 2 days from oct 4th After that i am having brown spotting from oct 11th onwards I did hpt and it was negative Can I still be pregnant?
Oddly enough I am in the exact situation. My last period was on Sept 1st and I have been spotting for a few days now- very light pink and brown in the beginning but no flow of blood. I can usually pinpoint the exact day of my period but I started spotting late. I took multiple pregnancy tests that came out negative. So I am looking for the same answer! Nice to know I'm not…
implantation bleeding, After ovulation the egg travels into the uterus and burrows into the lining of the uterus. For some women implantation will cause slight bleeding or spotting.Implantation bleeding, also called implantation spotting, does not look like a regular menstrual period. Implantation bleeding is scanty and usually pink or brownish discharge.Implantation bleeding is fairly common with pregnancy. Twenty to thirty percent of women will have spotting during early pregnancy. If you have some light spotting…
If you have your period one week and then it stops on the 7th day then the next day you have light pink spotting to start and then it turns into brown. Can you possibly be pregnant?
Brown discharge, or pink discharge, is known as spotting. If your period is very light you may see a few days of spotting instead or you can see spotting leading up to menstruation. Otherwise spotting can be a result of hormonal imbalance causing mid-cycle spotting around the time you're due to ovulate. If it's a one-off nothing to worry about, but if it continues talk to your doctor.